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Cambridgeshire County Council has approved plans to introduce a signed-only 20mph speed limit on an A road in Cambridge, in a departure from council... continue
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Arriva Trains Wales is offering concessionary bus pass holders a third off rail travel on the Cardiff and Valley Lines rail network after 9.30am on... continue
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Derby city and Derbyshire county councils look to be going separate ways on a public transport discount card for young people. The b_line card... continue
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Councillors in York have thrown out plans to save £212,000 by cutting tendered bus services. Councillors last February approved a plan to make... continue
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The DfT has granted full approval for the South Bristol Link, a combined road and rapid transit link to the south and west of Bristol city centre... continue
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Andrew Forster
The DfT has issued guidance to help local authorities ensure that grants paid to community transport organisations do not fall foul of European rules... continue
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Inverclyde Council, Strathclyde Partnership for Transport, and Transport Scotland hope to implement a Statutory Quality Partnership Scheme this... continue
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Bus priority projects in and around Cambridge dominate a £185.5m five-year transport infrastructure package to be delivered through the... continue
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When Nottingham’s workplace parking levy (WPL) was launched in April 2012 it had a good many detractors among the city’s business... continue
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Bristol is to trial hybrid buses that automatically switch from diesel to electric power when they enter parts of the city with poor air... continue
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Council leaders in the West Midlands conurbation are expected to approve next week a study of possible rapid transit connections between Birmingham... continue
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Jon Lamonte, the chief executive of Transport for Greater Manchester, has been appointed the new chair of pteg, which represents the strategic... continue
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Transport for London’s gross revenue budget for 2015/16 will be £7.066bn, a £313.8m rise on 2014/15. The spending breakdown is:... continue
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The DfT has launched a review of England’s bus market outside London as more parts of the country express interest in franchising. The... continue
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The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has supported Transport for London’s policy of allowing taxis but not private hire vehicles to use bus... continue
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An illuminated bus lane trial in the London Borough of Ealing has encouraged more drivers to  use the lane outside operational hours. Pulsing... continue
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The London Borough of Camden plans to implement ‘stepped track’ cycleways on some streets in the West End, whereby the cycle lane is... continue
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Lee Baker
The Bristol MetroBus scheme is to receive £27m grant from the DfT to extend the scheme including with a further three miles of busway,... continue
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Lee Baker
The Conservatives are pledging new laws to make strikes by transport workers harder by requiring at least 40 per cent of union members to vote in... continue
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Transport for London is considering installing zebra crossings on bus stop bypasses – cycle lanes that go behind bus stops – to reduce... continue
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